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  1. Discovering missing body parts of ancient fossils: Waves and storms...Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Science Daily

    ... but some samples appear to be missing a part of their body," said Scott D. Evans, a graduate student in the UC Riverside Department of Earth Sciences. "We believed this to be the result of wave action. So we measured the direction of this missing ...

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  2. Cassie MacDuffCASSIE MACDUFF: Whata s in a name? a Universitya must beRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Press-Enterprise

    ... County facility's reputation. He wasn't terribly concerned. But he said it might be more of a concern for UC Riverside, which may eventually open a UC Riverside Medical Center affiliated with the UCR School of Medicine. But the dean of the UCR ...

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  3. Discovering missing body parts of ancient fossils: Waves and storms...Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Science Daily

    ... but some samples appear to be missing a part of their body," said Scott D. Evans, a graduate student in the UC Riverside Department of Earth Sciences. "We believed this to be the result of wave action. So we measured the direction of this missing ...

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  4. Discovering missing body parts of ancient fossilsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | EurekAlert!

    ... but some samples appear to be missing a part of their body," said Scott D. Evans , a graduate student in the UC Riverside Department of Earth Sciences . "We believed this to be the result of wave action. So we measured the direction of this missing ...

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  5. Government asked to ban household products with harmful class of chemicalsRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | The Hill

    While reform of the Toxic Substances Control Act is swirling in controversy, a targeted effort begins today to reduce the use of an entire class of harmful chemicals in everyday products. For decades, regulators have been playing a dangerous game of toxic whack-a-mole: banning a toxic chemical only to have it replaced with a chemical cousin that turns out to be just as problematic after years of use.

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  6. $50 Million in Innovation Awards Given to CA Universities and CollegesRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | New University

    ... which California's high school students graduate college-ready. Although it didn't receive a financial award, UC Riverside was also recognized for its collaboration with CSU San Bernardino for a new policy in nine high school districts that requires ...

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  7. Missouri lawmaker challenging BBQ grill studyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KFVS12

    A new Environmental Protection Agency-backed study has a lot of people fired up. The agency is looking at grill technology to reduce emissions from backyard barbecue grills.

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  8. Multicultural EmpireSELENA: 20 years after Tejano superstara s deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Press-Enterprise

    But some in the English-language press had no idea the singer was so massively popular among people of Mexican descent and initially did not offer prominent coverage of her murder, said Deborah Vargas, an associate professor of ethnic studies at UC Riverside. "The English-language U.S.media was really caught off-guard," said Vargas, who has written extensively about Selena and other Chicana and Mexican-American singers.

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  9. San BernardinoREGION: Inland monuments recall Cesar ChavezRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Press-Enterprise

    Thursday: Film screening of "Cesar's Last Fast," 6 p.m., Riverside City College Digital Library, 4800 Magnolia Ave., Riverside. Friday: Radio tribute, "Cesar E. Chavez: Remembering a Hero, Celebrating a Legacy," 6 p.m., UC Riverside's Radio Aztlan, KUCR 88.3 FM.

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  10. Playwright Sheila Callaghan to Bring Feral Drives, Fierce Women to Sandbox@CTG, 4/14Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | BroadwayWorld.com

    ... Fadiman Award for Playwriting, and local feminist scholars Sue-Ellen Case (UCLA) and Dr. Tiffany Ana Lpez (UC Riverside) to the rehearsal room at the Kirk Douglas Theatre for a special one-night-only DouglasPlus event, Sandbox@CTG: "Feral Drives, ...

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  11. Oregon Ducks and Oregon State Beavers unranked in Baseball America Top 25 for first time since 2011Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | OregonLive.com

    ... The Ducks looked to rebound from a stretch of six losses in eight games with a two-game mid-week sweep over UC Riverside, but Oregon found itself struggling again in Pac-12 play, as Arizona beat the Ducks by four runs or more in all three games. The ...

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  12. JUCO commit Sam Finley adds much-needed depth to Ole Miss basketballRead the original story

    Monday | Red Cup Rebellion

    ... with excellent court vision and an ability to put the ball on the floor and get to the hoop. While attending UC Riverside, Finley was named the Big West Conference's 2013-2014 Sixth Man of the Year. While at UC Riverside, Finley averaged 12.5 points ...

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  13. The Big Bang is going downRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Boing Boing

    ... some fast-forming dust. And the younger universe is wired like a humongous brain. A team led by scientists at UC Riverside has shown that the universe of seven billion years ago has a well-developed structure of large-scale filaments called " the ...

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  14. Diverse sources of methane in shallow Arctic lakes discoveredRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Science Daily

    New research into the changing ecology of thousands of shallow lakes on the North Slope of Alaska suggests that in scenarios of increasing global temperatures, methane-generating microbes, found in thawing lake sediments, may ramp up production of the potent greenhouse gas -- which has a global warming potential 25 times greater than carbon dioxide. DRI and NASA JPL engineers prepare coring device to sample thermokarst lake sediments in early November on the North Slope of Alaska.

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  15. Tunisia Museum Gunman Killed in RaidRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | KRVN-AM Lexington

    A nationwide system outage was reported by JetBlue Monday morning, with long lines and delays reported at several airports as passengers were manually check... - As their region of the world becomes more unsettled daily, the 22-nation Arab League has announced the formation of a joint military force to deal with secu... ST. LOUIS -- Soybean oil might be making Americans fatter and sicker, according to new research from University of California-Riverside scientists.

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  16. Hamlin Wins at MartinsvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | KRVN-AM Lexington

    A nationwide system outage was reported by JetBlue Monday morning, with long lines and delays reported at several airports as passengers were manually check... - As their region of the world becomes more unsettled daily, the 22-nation Arab League has announced the formation of a joint military force to deal with secu... ST. LOUIS -- Soybean oil might be making Americans fatter and sicker, according to new research from University of California-Riverside scientists.

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  17. JetBlue System Outage Leads to Long Lines, DelaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | KRVN-AM Lexington

    A nationwide system outage was reported by JetBlue Monday morning, with long lines and delays reported at several airports as passengers were manually check... - As their region of the world becomes more unsettled daily, the 22-nation Arab League has announced the formation of a joint military force to deal with secu... ST. LOUIS -- Soybean oil might be making Americans fatter and sicker, according to new research from University of California-Riverside scientists.

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  18. Eight Dead, 10 Injured After Van Crashes into Florida CanalRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | KRVN-AM Lexington

    A nationwide system outage was reported by JetBlue Monday morning, with long lines and delays reported at several airports as passengers were manually check... - As their region of the world becomes more unsettled daily, the 22-nation Arab League has announced the formation of a joint military force to deal with secu... ST. LOUIS -- Soybean oil might be making Americans fatter and sicker, according to new research from University of California-Riverside scientists.

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  19. "Comedy Central's Roast of Justin Bieber" Airs Monday NightRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | KRVN-AM Lexington

    A nationwide system outage was reported by JetBlue Monday morning, with long lines and delays reported at several airports as passengers were manually check... - As their region of the world becomes more unsettled daily, the 22-nation Arab League has announced the formation of a joint military force to deal with secu... ST. LOUIS -- Soybean oil might be making Americans fatter and sicker, according to new research from University of California-Riverside scientists.

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  20. Most Americans Still Having Problems Making Ends MeetRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | KRVN-AM Lexington

    A nationwide system outage was reported by JetBlue Monday morning, with long lines and delays reported at several airports as passengers were manually check... - As their region of the world becomes more unsettled daily, the 22-nation Arab League has announced the formation of a joint military force to deal with secu... ST. LOUIS -- Soybean oil might be making Americans fatter and sicker, according to new research from University of California-Riverside scientists.

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